Posted by BDKR 1 year, 6 months ago to The Gulch: Introductions
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It appears I just survived a crash here.

I'm an old punk rocker that read Atlas Shrugged in the 10th grade. It's been with me ever since.

As of late, I've jumped with both feet into trying to understand the reasons for the way things are today. That's exceptionally broad so we'll just leave it there. However, some of this digging of course included economics, money, currency (not the same as money), banking history, and precious metals.

When listening to something today (Youtube/The Best of Milton Friedman) I was struck by how similar his ideas sounded to Objectivism.

So of course that sent me searching and wound up here. And might I say ... It's to be here. :-)

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  • Posted by $ Solver 1 year, 6 months ago
    Welcome to the Gulch BDKR. I agree, Milton Friedman has some great reasoned and logical arguments about the problems in the economy. But what he said hurt some people’s feelings, and others got all emotional. And those two responses to problems stem from the philosophical roots of it all.
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